'Right to be forgotten': Save your pages before they get taken down!

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The European Union's 'right to be forgotten' rule forces Google to remove pages from the internet. Save your pages now!

According to the EU, Google now has to remove pages that people request to be taken down if they have negative information about their history.

While we won't comment on the political debate thus has sparked, we can advise you to use Keepr to save all the pages you read so that you can refer to them in case they do get taken down.

Saving is easy with Kept. You can do it two ways:

  1. Setup auto save mode and Kept will 'automagically' save every page you read.
  2. Just use the Kept "Keep It" button (or the forthcoming chrome, safari or explorer extensions). If you have the bookmarklet or browser extension installed, all you have to do is click 'Keep it' when the page you want to save is in the active window. 

That's it, you are done!

If you want to install the Keep It button, click here.